19 June - 20 June 2017

Macro Group UK Young Researchers' Meeting

Organised by:

SCI's Macro Group

University of Edinburgh, Scotland

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The Macro Group UK Young Researchers' Meeting gives PhD students and post-doctoral fellows the chance to present their work in oral and poster sessions, be inspired by plenary speakers from academia and industry, and network with their peers from across the UK. With support from our sponsors, we are hosting the 2017 YRM at the University of Edinburgh (19-20 June) and encourage all polymer science groups across the UK and European countries to attend and showcase their work.
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Venue and Contact

University of Edinburgh

James Clerk Maxwell Building
West Mains Road


Emily Miedzybrodzka

Tel: 0207 598 1514

Email: Emily.Miedzybrodzka@soci.org

Faculty/Industry: £50
Student/PDRA: £25

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Additional Info

Abstract Submission

The conference will feature both talks and posters by young researchers at PhD and PDRA level. Oral presentations will be scheduled for 20 minutes, including questions. Posters should be A0 for vertical presentation. Deadline for abstract submission is Friday 19 May 2017.


Professor Matthew Gibson, University of Warwick

Dr Jennifer Garden, University of Edinburgh

Dr Paul Findlay, Revolymer